DBKL urges private sector to adopt city’s green spaces


Natural umbrella: Standard Chartered Bank (M) planted over 120 mature trees (in the background) to create a natural canopy of green and a cool zone from the heat in Jalan P.Ramlee. Photo: M. AZHAR ARIF

KUALA Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) is struggling to maintain public parks in the city with its limited budget.

Many of the amenities and facilities at these parks have been damaged by vandals and the homeless.

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